Wednesday, August 11, 2010
Do the Giants have anyone left?
By Dan Graziano
I just finished reading ESPNNewYork.com's Ohm Youngmisuk's injury list for this morning's Giants practice, and the worst news is that Pro Bowl guard Chris Snee has joined the list with what appears to be a knee injury. He's sitting out Wednesday's practice along with the following players:
CB Corey Webster (glute), WR Steve Smith (groin), WR Sinorice Moss (groin), TE Kevin Boss (ankle/hamstring), TE Travis Beckum (hamstring), TE Jake Ballard (hamstring), TE Scott Chandler (hip), G Kevin Boothe (pectoral), DE Osi Umenyiora (hip), LB Keith Bulluck (knee), S Kenny Phillips (knee) and WR Hakeem Nicks (toe/knee).
Bear Pascoe is the first-string tight end Wednesday by default. At this point, the Giants are having to use reserve linemen to line up at the position. I'm glad I interviewed Tom Coughlin early in camp because all these injuries put him in a bad mood.
The good news is that Rich Seubert (hand) did return to practice this morning. We'll keep our eye on this Snee situation. He's become the Giants' best offensive lineman over the past couple of seasons.